When we lived in Las Vegas we lived right down town about five minutes from the strip on the West side right off Valley View. We both worked for casino's and didn't want the long drive into town just to go to work so we picked a smaller house in a old neighborhood instead of going for the cookie cutter house out in north Las Vegas. With both us working in the entertainment business we got a fair amount of free tickets to shows, at some point or another went to most of the casino attractions, we liked to go out to dinner, on rare occasion we went gambling and never drove more than twenty minutes. I love the movies and Vegas has great theaters with huge screens, great new seats, and amazing sound systems. It is pretty hard to find a foreign film or independent movie because people in Vegas don't like much culture in their entertainment, but that can be said for this place too. Besides the occasional fair or rodeo, a night out with the kids is most often a trip to the movies. Normally we go to the Jasper twin cinema, but since they were playing the Last exorcist and no one wanted to watch the kids freak out for a week we settled for Nanny Mcphee at their sworn enemy the Fain Theater in Livingston. This was my first trip to the Fain so I had to take a picture of the fantastic sign which I could just imagine looking all super shiny back when it first opened. I do miss the super comfy seats and selection of the Las Vegas movie theaters but when I can take two adults and three kids to the movies on a Saturday night, load up on popcorn and drinks for only forty bucks I feel a little less deprived.